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Does landscaping influence a potential renter?

Updated: Jun 28, 2023

By Ed Clement





Yes, the landscaping of a self-storage facility can definitely influence a potential renter. While the primary purpose of a self-storage facility is to provide secure and convenient storage space, the overall appearance and upkeep of the property, including landscaping, can play a role in attracting and retaining customers. Here are a few reasons why landscaping matters to potential renters:

  1. Curb Appeal: Well-maintained landscaping creates a positive first impression and enhances the overall aesthetics of the facility. Potential renters are more likely to be attracted to a facility that looks clean, organized, and visually appealing.

  2. Professionalism and Trust: A neatly landscaped facility conveys a sense of professionalism and attention to detail. It signals that the management takes pride in their property and is likely to maintain a high level of service and security, which can instill confidence and trust in potential renters.

  3. Safety and Security: Landscaping plays a role in the safety and security of the facility. Properly trimmed trees and shrubs ensure good visibility, reducing the risk of hidden areas where unauthorized individuals could lurk. Well-lit pathways and parking areas can also enhance security measures.

  4. Customer Experience: A thoughtfully designed and well-maintained landscape can contribute to a positive customer experience. Renters may appreciate features like clearly marked driveways, designated parking spaces, and well-placed signage that makes navigation within the facility easier.

  5. Brand Image: The appearance of the self-storage facility, including landscaping, contributes to its brand image. A facility with attractive landscaping is more likely to be seen as professional, reputable, and customer-oriented. This positive brand image can differentiate the facility from competitors and attract potential renters.

While landscaping alone may not be the sole deciding factor for a potential renter, it can certainly contribute to their overall impression of the facility and influence their renting decision.


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Is it time for you to learn more? I would be happy to have a 15-minute call and review the highlights of how Storage Authority can help make your self-storage goal a reality.


Ed 727-946-0745



Ed Clement is a franchise director at Storage Authority. One of his passions and responsibilities is helping franchisees find land by sharing how to find land both online and offline. Ed has a strong background in real estate, investment banking, and management consulting. He is available at Ed@StorageAuthority.com or 727 946 0745 to answer your questions and share the Storage Authority Franchise opportunity.


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